This plan is for first-year applicants (new freshmen) who have no previous college credits (or have only a few credits)*. Each fall, 15-18 seats are available in the program. Students must live on the UMW campus while in this program and must have a personal vehicle. Please read below for information about the program. Also, we offer this printable flyer for your convenience: 1+2+1 Flyer.
This plan is designed for the student who wants a traditional four-year residential experience while earning a BSN. The student lives on the UMW campus while taking courses at both UMW and Germanna. Each student must have a car for traveling to their GCC classes and to clinical assignments. Through a partnership between these two schools, the student will follow the 1+2+1 plan as outlined below:
Upon graduating from Germanna at the end of Year 3, the student will receive an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree. At the end of Year 4, the student will graduate from UMW with a BSN. See the link at bottom for a sample 4-year schedule.
- This plan is for first-year applicants only (new freshman).
- Students must live on the UMW campus all four years.
- Students start the plan in the fall semester (no spring starts permitted). Transferring students will not be admitted.
- Students in this program must have their own vehicle (for traveling to Germanna and to clinical assignments). There is no public transportation or school shuttle between the two schools. Although other UMW freshmen are not permitted to bring personal vehicles to campus, an exception to this policy has been made for the 1+2+1 students.
- If you have questions, please contact the BSN program office at UMW.
UMW does not currently offer a traditional four-year nursing program. In lieu of that, we have created this hybrid plan in affiliation with Germanna Community College. Under this plan, the student attends both UMW and Germanna for the first three years. In the senior year, the student attends only UMW. For more details, please click the links at bottom.
Recognizing the nationwide need for RNs to achieve baccalaureate degrees in nursing through an improved education system that enables seamless academic progression, UMW and GCC have entered into an Academic Partnership Plan. The plan, commonly referred to as a 1+2+1 BSN Dual Degrees in Nursing Plan, is designed for the student who wish to have a traditional, four-year residential experience while earning their nursing degrees.